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    (Original post by leavingthecity)
    That's not a benefit, it's a quantity.
    It will benefit the OP by being more confident of themselves and presenting a different image of themselves Sorry I read your question wrong I thought you said "How long" my mistake
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    (Original post by keturah)
    No, her nose is cute. I have a button nose too and I like it.
    You're pretty cute too :innocent:
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    (Original post by Ihonestlydk)
    It will benefit the OP by being more confident of themselves and presenting a different image of themselves Sorry I read your question wrong I thought you said "How long" my mistake
    Don't worry, I thought it was an odd reply!

    I could understand if OP had an extremely exaggerated appearance naturally, or a physical deformity...but looking imperfect or different isn't going to hold you back, unless you're a model or an actress etc etc
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    If I had a nose like hers, it would be a improvement...
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    No this is stupid, its clear to me that OP is lacking confidence about himself. He made it as anon
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    omg i wish i had her nose! i haaateee my nose! it's my biggest insecurity
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    (Original post by leavingthecity)
    Don't worry, I thought it was an odd reply!

    I could understand if OP had an extremely exaggerated appearance naturally, or a physical deformity...but looking imperfect or different isn't going to hold you back, unless you're a model or an actress etc etc
    I agree, even the picture the OP attached, the nose looks completely fine. However if its something concerning them a lot then having a rhinoplasty is the best option in order to remove that feeling of self-doubt or insecurity because 1 feature is ruining their appearance.

    I changed my nose because I hated the way all the attention went to it and just didn't look right with my other features, plus I was insecure and not confident about it and use to get bullied for it.. however it came to a point I had the surgery and I couldn't be more happy with my results

    Maybe OP wants to feel the same way too with their nose?
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    I was expecting a giant bumpy Roman type nose but her nose looks absolutely fine.
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    (Original post by Judas69)
    No this is stupid, its clear to me that OP is lacking confidence about himself. He made it as anon
    Hence why they made this thread to get answers on how to overcome that
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    (Original post by Ihonestlydk)
    I agree, even the picture the OP attached, the nose looks completely fine. However if its something concerning them a lot then having a rhinoplasty is the best option in order to remove that feeling of self-doubt or insecurity because 1 feature is ruining their appearance.

    I changed my nose because I hated the way all the attention went to it and just didn't look right with my other features, plus I was insecure and not confident about it and use to get bullied for it.. however it came to a point I had the surgery and I couldn't be more happy with my results

    Maybe OP wants to feel the same way too with their nose?
    Its true that at the end of the day a nose is just a nose, no matter what you do or don't do to it, it's a non important thing. However, OP wants to borrow money, and that's just not sensible.


    Also I just feel for you girls, I am guessing you are still teens or maybe 20? The pressure out in you to look a particular way is immense. I hate my lips tbh and go to hide them with my hand when talking to someone, but at the end of the day looks your shouldn't mean that much to you or be a problem for anyone else...
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    (Original post by leavingthecity)
    Its true that at the end of the day a nose is just a nose, no matter what you do or don't do to it, it's a non important thing. However, OP wants to borrow money, and that's just not sensible.


    Also I just feel for you girls, I am guessing you are still teens or maybe 20? The pressure out in you to look a particular way is immense. I hate my lips tbh and go to hide them with my hand when talking to someone, but at the end of the day looks your shouldn't mean that much to you or be a problem for anyone else...
    I'm 16, soon to be 17 I had my dad to pay but borrow money from the bank will cause you to pay them back which is tough.


    You lips look perfectly fine, I don't see anything wrong with them I've had this issue with my nose going on since I was in year 7 and I would cover my nose 97% of the time in school lol so I was pretty insecure about it and I would get cussed about it and it killed me, you're right I shouldn't worry much but all the pressure was too much so one thing led to another and I feel like a different person and more happy. I still look the same just the nose is different, I hate my lips too though but I'm not changing them or anything else but thanks though!
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    (Original post by luminarychild)
    You're pretty cute too :innocent:
    Aww thank you
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    try having a nose like paris hilton almost, luckily it doesnt bother me as much as it doesnt affect my looks
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    She most defo doesn't need a nose job. She is wayyyy too adorable. That is literally the cutest nose.
    Also what people need to understand is, in life theres always going to be a feature that you don't like about yourself however learn to embrace it, or if you honestly hate it and it makes you feel uncomfortable and insecure change it for yourself and not what others think about you.
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    she looks 10
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    (Original post by BlindingLight)
    she looks 10
    shes 21 in August :lol
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    Depends on career, cost, and complications, but I'd certainly be open to it in principle (as much as I tend to prefer people not to go under the knife)
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    I tend to prefer people not to go under the knife
    Even if it's a medically-necessary Caesarean section? :holmes:
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    Isn't she 36th in line or something?

    Its not a lot if you think about it. Imagine a bus full of all the people before you and it crashes! :rofl:

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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Even if it's a medically-necessary Caesarean section? :holmes:
    Did say tend to. Medically necessary is legit, otherwise C-sections are tragically overused (vs. infant microbiota and primitive reflex development)
 
 
 
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